Open-carry is now the law in Oklahoma

by American Firearms Review  |  published on November 22, 2012

A great day for gun rights in the Sooner State:

Oklahoma has 142,000 men and woman licensed to carry concealed weapons.  Now Oklahoma joins 43 other states in the nation to have some form of licensed open carry.

Senate Bill 1733 was signed into law by Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin this past May and went into effect November 1.

As one Oklahoma state representative put it, “When there is something that a sizable group of law abiding citizens want to do, then the state should have a compelling reason to tell them why they can’t do it, or allow them to do it.” Amen. If only every state adhered to that rule.

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